[Please Read] Explanation about MNet’s ’2012 Best KPOP Fan-club Awards’March 4, 2013 at 7:30 pm | Posted in Mod Post/Compilation Posts | 52 Comments
This post is in reference to Mnet’s ’2012 Best KPOP Fan-club Awards’ see here: Support Super Junior by Voting for Sup3rjunior in Mnet’s ’2012 Best KPOP Fan-club Awards’. To be honest, I’m not sure where to start! This whole situation is infuriating, but I shall illustrate with pictures…
Original information about the 2012 KPOP Fan-Club Awards provided by Mnet
Mnet then decided to change the rules and requirements whilst the competition was taking place.
After the competition had ended.. We made the top 5! Thanks to ELFs commitment and hard work! Our assumed prize, 1st prize.. I know we weren’t no.1, but we did manage to get 250,000+ attendees.
’2012 Mnet K-pop fan club awards’ winner announcement
^^ Oh okay,… Our prizes .. - 2013 Season’s Greeting or recent album (30ea) and Mnet official fan club emblem (Grey)
We replied asking for Super Junior M’s Breakdown album, the Korean version.. Considering it was recent & we did have a choice. But instead Mnet decided to give 2013 calendars.. how exciting 2013 calendars.. It’s already March =_____________=
We received the emblem…
^^ “The driver was unable to collect funds on 1st delivery attempt” … why?! because I was asked to pay over £105!!! I thought we won something, why on earth do I have to pay for delivery??!?
I’m annoyed because…
- Sup3rjunior’s readers put in a lot of effort to reach a high attendance.
- Mnet decided to change the rules and requirements whilst the competition was still taking place. Mnet changed the rules, they neither clarified things properly nor did they provide much details, which made assumptions inevitable.
- Based on the email’s content (?) I asked for SJMBreakdown (after conducting a poll) instead they send 2013 Calendar.
- Delivery charge of £105, that I have to pay? er what? That is ₩173122.2218, €121.8413 or $158.5064 … Seriously? How can Mnet not cover the delivery charge, I think Mnet should have covered the cost as it not something I ordered but a prize.
Hi! I just read this.
I’m not sure how the issue went exactly, but I think that what you have to pay is not the delivery service, but UK customs.
If that is the case, neither Mnet or you are at fault. It’s a legal process to control all the content imported to European Union from any non UE country. I don’t know the declared value they put on the invoice, but 105GBP for 15kg. of package sounds legit for a custom problem.
Unfortunately, if this is the case, Mnet will not be responsible (as it’s a law applied in UK and has nothing to do with SKorea) and your only choice is to refuse the package or to pay.
^^ I think DayDream could be right, still not sure whether I should pay or not
Update** Mnet is going to pay! But then again.. it’s still calendars people… Not CDs
Update** Mnet has NOT paid..
Note** Sup3rjunior will still be giving away Music Bank Live In Jakarta or Boys in the City_Paris or SS5 ticket, anywhere in the World (until further notice).